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  Downtown Grand Rapids' movie theater projects has developers thinking big. Grand Valley State University is looking for new ways to foster entrepreneurial growth. Also, a leadership change at Perrigo following the resignation of former Chairman and CEO, Joe Papa.

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  A local startup is using gaming technology developing an app for virtual health care. A new report indicates the majority of companies are offering high-deductible health plans. Also, why community banks are positioning themselves in the Grand Rapids area?    

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  Spectrum Health and its Integrated Care Campus is appealing Grand Rapids Township's denial of tax-exempt status. A look at West Michigan hospitals cracking Truven Healthcare Analytics 2016 list of Top 100 Hospitals  and consolidation among insurance agencies.

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Why banks are asking the Michigan legislature not to regulate credit card security? Also, new leadership and change at United Way of West Michigan and talk of a downtown Grand Rapids grocery store.

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  Major Midwest bank mergers include Chemical Financial and Huntington Bank and Michigan's maturing venture capital market.   

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  GVSU study finds health care expenditures vary greatly across West Michigan and the availability of capital soars as banks compete for deals and new alternatives emerge.   

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In the MiBiz Crystal Ball edition we break down the MiBiz/Crain's sentiment survey that says business owners "are cautiously optimistic" about 2016.   Also, Gov. Snyder gets high marks while the state legislature is viewed poorly.

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  MiBiz senior writer, Mark Sanchez, discusses Michigan lawmakers continuing the Switch Communications tax abatement debate. The trend to make health care more efficient through telemedicine and Spectrum Health eyeing a Grand Haven medical campus.      

Start Garden and Emerge West Michigan discuss a merger further developing the West Michigan entrepreneurial ecosystem. Also, what Michigan Chamber CEO, Rich Studley, thinks about the legislature's delay reaching a road funding plan.

MiBiz senior writer, Mark Sanchez, talks about the demand for skilled workers and how it's spurring the debate over the merits of drug testing. Also, West Michigan M&A activity is heating up and the state's tourism industry experienced an outstanding year.

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